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Chest infection with severe sore throat, headache. Prescribed amoxicillin, prednisone. Can I take kalms sleep along with these?

Can I take kalms sleep whilst I am on amoxicillin and prednisone for a bad chest infection also can I take paracetamol with these (not the kalms the actuall medication) I ve not taken any as I was worried with the shear amount of tablets that something could go wrong if I did but as I only started the course this afternoon ive got a severe sore throat and headache but I m scared to take them
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Hello. Welcome to hcm.
You have infection and has been prescribed antibiotics with steroid. Now,your immune system will be low. It is really not advisable to take a herbal medicine which causes sedation as your brain and heart wil go in for shock if doses are not correct.
I advice you to wait for a week where in your infection will subside and your immune system wil recover. Then you can have this herbal medicine.
Take care
Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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